Why do I receive the following message when processing credit cards? Error connecting with SSL.

Hello All,If any POS Merchant Account Services customers are getting this error message in version 3 or 4, here is the fix for that:Cause: A security certificate has expired.Solution:Version 3:To resolve this issue, exit Point of Sale on all workstations andthen follow these steps on Workstation One: Download a replacement certificate [ ftp://ftp.quicken.com/pub/quickbooks/pos/qbposca.exe ] and when prompted, click Open or Run. Select Overwrite files without prompting and then click Unzip. Click OK and then click Close. Open Point of Sale. Credit card processing should function normally.Version 4:This issue has been resolved in the latest release for yourversion. Please update yourprogram to the most current release [ http://www.quickbooks.com/support/updates.html ] .If this doesn't fix the issue, or if you have trouble applying the fix, then please contact POS Technical Support at 800-348-0254. I apologize for any inconvenience.Thanks,Jim

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just update, go to update quickbooks under the file menu may takes about 20 minutes or so . That should takes care of your problem.

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